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Know Thyself –  Successful Job Hunting

Know Thyself – Successful Job Hunting

You cannot begin to job hunt successfully without getting to know yourself a little better. You will have a greater chance of finding the right job if you know what you like and dislike, what you're good at and what you're not so good at, and the kinds of situations in which you find yourself...

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How to Write a Powerful Resume

How to Write a Powerful Resume

Why do I need a resume? A powerful resume does two things: 1.Tells prospective employers what you can do for them. 2.Proves you can do it better than anyone else. A powerful resume will bring results. The phone will ring. Interviews will be set. Opportunities will be presented.A powerful resume...

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Writing a Cover Letter

Writing a Cover Letter

Although you are no doubt proud of your excellent resume, it is not the only ingredient necessary for securing an interview with a prospective employer. One very important tool is known as a cover letter. Often a cover letter can make more of an impression than the resume itself. First of all, a...

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Do’s & Don’ts of Job Interviewing

Do’s & Don’ts of Job Interviewing

During the Job Interview: The word has a way of making your palms sweat and your knees knock. But before you start to frantically prepare for your first meeting with a potential employer, pause for a moment and take a breath. Now, give yourself a pat on the back for getting the job interview in...

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Top Job Interviewing Tips to Follow

Top Job Interviewing Tips to Follow

The telephone interviewThis is your ticket to an in-person interview. Sound alert and interested. Keep background noise and other distractions to a minimum. Have your resume handy to refer to. When you make an appointment, be sure to write down the correct name, date, name, and title of the person...

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Top 15 Interview Questions

Top 15 Interview Questions

The following are 15 typical job interview questions. Think about how you would respond should an interviewer ask you one or more of these. Write down your answers or type them out and print so you are better prepared in an interview. Better yet, have a family member, friend, or spouse ask you the...

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Providing References

Providing References

When choosing your references, select people who can speak intelligently about your work habits and experiences. Choose past employers, supervisors, teachers, business leaders, or someone with whom you have done volunteer work. Do not use friends or relatives as references. Be sure to give your...

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Writing a Thank You Note After the Job Interview

Writing a Thank You Note After the Job Interview

The job interview is over. Now what? Many employers will use this period to test an applicant’s interest in a company and whether or not you have good follow up skills. You will be way ahead of your competition if you immediately send a thank you note to the interviewer. In your thank you note,...

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Pink Slip Pointers: Top 10 Tips for Surviving Layoffs

Pink Slip Pointers: Top 10 Tips for Surviving Layoffs

Being downsized, dismissed, laid off, or let go is always shocking. In times like these, workers need all the support they can get. Bonney is here to help, with a compilation of ten tried-and-true tips for getting back on your feet in an unsteady economy. Resources Tapping into your resources...

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Administrative Tips For Success

Administrative Tips For Success

Proper Etiquette If first names are customarily used in your office, you must remember to use courtesy titles and last names when visitors are present. Keep personal phone calls and personal visitors to a minimum. Remember your manners. You should be careful, neither to interrupt others’...

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